African Model Forest Network

The African Model Forest Network (AMFN) was established in 2009 with support from the Government of Canada. The AMFN’s mission is to facilitate the development of a pan-African network of Model Forests representative of the continent’s wealth and diversity.

AFMN members:

  1. Dja et Mpomo Model Forest, Cameroon
  2. Campo Ma’an Model Forest, Cameroon
  3. Dimonika Model Forest, Congo (in development)
  4. Lake Tumba Model Forest, Democratic Republic of Congo (in development)
  5. Lobaye Model Forest, Central African Republic (in development)
  6. Lower Congo Model Forest, Democratic Republic of Congo (in development)
  7. Mount Biega Model Forest, Democratic Republic of Congo (in development)
  8. North West Highlands Model Forest, Rwanda (in development)
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